Treatment for Back Pain & Injury
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Treatment Options For Back Pain & Injury
Your back pain treatment begins with our team of doctors and specialists creating a complete picture of your health so that we can identify and treat the root cause of your back pain or injury—rather than simply suppressing your symptoms. We’re committed to determining the why behind your back pain—enabling us to deliver you with healing that lasts. Together, we’ll create a tailored plan that may include one or more of our specialized back pain treatments:
Our chiropractors diagnose, treat, and prevent mechanical disorders within your musculoskeletal system—especially within your spine. Our extensive chiropractic services include specialized techniques that properly align your body’s musculoskeletal structure—restoring mobility and providing pain relief to your muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissue.Learn More
Spinal decompression therapy gently stretches your spine using a traction table or similar motorized device. The stretch creates negative pressure in the spinal discs—the cushions between each of your vertebrae—which, in turn, takes pressure off of your spinal discs, allows herniated and bulging discs to retract, and reduces nerve pressure. Additionally, the mild pulling and releasing motions of decompression therapy promote the diffusion of oxygen, water, and nutrient-rich fluids, which enables degenerated and torn disc fibers to heal. The therapy provides significant relief for sciatica, degenerative discs, and lower back, neck, cervical, and lumbar pain.Learn More
Our pain management specialists are committed to identifying the root cause of your back pain—resolving your pain at its source rather than simply masking your symptoms with traditional pain management medications and treatments. We recognize the complexities of pain, and partner with you to design a customized pain management plan to identify which of our back pain treatments best support your near- and long-term healing.Learn More
Our therapeutic and neuromuscular massage therapy alleviates chronic back muscle pain and nervous system dysfunction associated with trigger points, poor circulation, nerve compression, postural problems and repetitive movement injuries.Learn More
Our therapeutic injections are formulated to effectively reduce back inflammation and correct the underlying factors causing back pain—rather than masking pain with steroid or cortisone injections.Learn More
Our regenerative medicine therapies replace, activate, and renew depleted or damaged disks, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage within the back—accelerating the rate of healing exponentially. The injection of healthy tissue allograft into damaged areas reduces pain and inflammation, and supports the repair of injured back ligaments, tissues, tendons, and cartilage.Learn More
Through specialized physical therapies that cater to back pain or injury, our back pain physical therapists work to relieve your back pain and inflammation, strengthen your back muscles, increase your range of motion, and accelerate your healing.Learn More
Orthopedic Support Bracing
During your back injury recovery and rehabilitation process, orthopedic support bracing may be used to help properly align, correct position, support, stabilize, and protect your back area as it heals from injury or trauma.Learn More
Sports Injury & Rehabilitation
Through specialized mobilization and release techniques, strength training, taping, and movement pattern assessments, our sports injury & rehabilitation specialists alleviate your back pain and restore function and mobility. Our doctors work to not only help you recover from a new or recurring back injury, but also to prevent future back injuries—helping you achieve your optimal athletic performance.Learn More
Our acupuncturists administer very thin micro-needles at strategic points along the surface of your body to stimulate nerves, muscles, and connective tissues. Activating these specific points stimulates your central nervous system—triggering your natural healing abilities and relieving back pain.Learn More
Infrared Light Therapy
By directing powerful energy in the form of billions of light photons to your back, our infrared light therapy stimulates and accelerates healing and back tissue regeneration and restores cellular function—all while reducing back inflammation, swelling, pain, and stiffness.Learn More
To accelerate your recovery, our doctors utilize vibration therapy, which uses precise micro vibrations. These vibrations trigger your body’s natural reflexive response and stimulate responses from your nervous and musculoskeletal systems. The result is increased blood circulation—boosting the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to tissues, reducing pain, improving muscle function and recovery.
Medical Weight Loss
Our doctors recognize the significant strain extra weight can put on your back. To set you on the path to weight loss, our doctors and specialists will first methodically and thoroughly examine every aspect of your life such as your diet, exercise habits, genetics, and stressors. We may also order additional diagnostic testing which provides us with the opportunity to examine and address even the most hidden factors impacting your weight.Learn More
Acoustic Wave Therapy
Our acoustic wave therapy treatments support blood circulation through the back region—reducing inflammation, pain, and swelling. When acoustic waves are introduced into the back region, they pulsate in targeted bursts—renewing cells and helping damaged back tissues heal faster.Learn More
Common Back Injuries and Conditions We Treat
Back pain is often a result of these common back injuries conditions:
- Often the result of wear and tear, a herniated disc—also known as a ruptured or slipped disc–occurs when some of a disc’s softer, inner cartilage protrudes out through a crack in the discs’ outer layer of cartilage. When this happens, you may experience pain in your back or legs as well as numbness or tingling caused by nerve compression.
- As you age, your discs become dehydrated, causing their cartilage to stiffen and their outer cartilage layers to weaken. Sometimes, the weakened outer layer allows a disc to bulge to one side of the spinal canal. A bulging disc may cause you to feel sciatic nerve pain as well as pain in your neck, shoulder, arms or chest along with localized numbness and tingling.
Degenerative Disc Disease
- Serving as shock absorbers, your discs are the rubbery cushions between the bones in your spinal column. As you age, these discs wear away, and this degeneration allows your vertebrae to rub together—causing pain in your back and neck.
- Spinal stenosis occurs when the spaces in your spine narrow—compressing and irritating your spinal cord and nerve roots. Often the result of age-related wear and tear, spinal stenosis causes back and neck pain along with numbness, tingling, and weakness in your arms and legs.
Why Anodyne for Back Pain Treatment
Our doctors and experts thoroughly and thoughtfully consider the many dimensions of your health. We’re dedicated to identifying and treating your back condition at its source so that we can deliver healing that lasts. When you choose Anodyne, you’re partnering with extraordinary doctors and providers who put you and your health first.
- With providers and specialists representing many fields of medicine under one roof, we bring the back pain and back injury experts to you.
- Decades of combined experience and expertise treating back pain.
- Proven, highly-effective back pain treatments and services with an integrated approach to health and wellness.
- Non-invasive, non-surgical treatment options with little to no down time.
- Flexible payment options including insurance, payment plans, and financing available.
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Understanding Back Pain
If you’re experiencing painful muscle aches or burning and stabbing sensations in your back, you’re not alone. Back pain is one of the world’s leading causes of disability—and one of the most common reasons why we visit the doctor’s office. In fact, as many as 75% – 85% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives—with about 4 out of 5 of us experiencing lower back pain. Your pain may be concentrated in a region of your neck or back, or may radiate down to your legs. You also may find that your pain worsens with walking, lifting, bending, and twisting motions. Your back and neck pain can have many different causes. Among the most common causes are trauma such as a sports injury or accident, irritated or inflamed nerves, ruptured discs, muscle strains, ligament sprains, or by a more serious condition such as infection or cancer. For some, back pain can be debilitating—impacting sleep, activity level, and emotional well-being.
Your Journey to Wellness Begins Here
Whether you’re struggling to diagnose a chronic pain condition or you’re pursuing wellness treatments to stay healthy and feel great, we’re here to support you at every step of your health care journey.
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